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I'm a BTEC health and social care student (level three extended diploma) but I've always wanted to study law in university, any tips on UCAS as I may not be seen as a typical law student.
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I'm a BTEC health and social care student (level three extended diploma) but I've always wanted to study law in university, any tips on UCAS as I may not be seen as a typical law student.
Hi, have you checked with the unis that you want to apply to that they will accept Health & social care as a relevant subject? I know that some Law schools will only accept Business or Law or Science, so that is something to check before making your UCAS choices
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Hi, have you checked with the unis that you want to apply to that they will accept Health & social care as a relevant subject? I know that some Law schools will only accept Business or Law or Science, so that is something to check before making your UCAS choices
Yep, most Unis I'm looking to apply to are looking for DDD, I'm aiming to at least get one D*
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